VR Player is an immersive media player that put you into the action. Use your phone as a virtual reality head mounted display and experience movies like if you were there. Features -Support 2D/3D images and videos -Supported format: mono, side by side and over-under -Read local files or urls -Voice commands -Gamepad and keyboard support -Subtitles support (.srt and .smi format) -Ambient lighting effects Available projections: -Plane (For regular movies projected on a virtual screen) -Dome (For action cameras like the go pro) -Sphere (For 360 videos) -Full dome (For IMAX/planetarium videos) -Cylinder (For panoramic videos) -Cube (For cube maps like in video games) Based on the open source project that started all, the android version brings you the portable experience. Note that some of the PC features are not supported yet. This include: effects and lens distortion For the list of compatible video formats, see: http://developer.android.com/guide/appendix/media-formats.html Note: If your videos are not compatible, you can re-encode using any video transcoding software like HandBreak (http://handbrake.fr/). For some devices, mp4 in h264 format only support baseline profile. For an optimal experience, you will need a VR adapter for your phone: -Google Cardboard: https://gweb-cardboard.appspot.com/ (Magnet can cause interference with tracking) -Durovis Dive: http://www.durovis.com -ColorCross: http://www.dx.com/p/colorcross-universal-virtual-reality-3d-video-glasses-for-4-7-smartphones-black-336607 -Yay3d VR Viewer: http://yay3d.com/ -vrAse: http://www.vrase.com/ -VRELIA VReye GO: http://immersionvrelia.com/go/ -ZVR smartphone viewer: http://www.izugar.com/product/zvr.html This list is non-exhaustive. Please contact me to add other entries.